Can Labour offer a real alternative to coalition paralysis? asks Ian Hernon
All articles by: Ian Hernon
A powerful cross-party committee of MPs has said that public money is being misused in the coalition’s drive for democratically-exempt schools.
Two executives at chip firm ARM saw their packages more than halved, but even so Mike Muller’s £1.93 million equates to £37,096 a week, while Tim Score’s £2.8 million package …
The gap between earnings growth and the cost of living is continuing to widen, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, undermining coalition claims that economic …
David Cameron has confirmed that the Conservative 2015 general election manifesto will include plans to ban strikes in essential services, such as the London Underground.
If the coalition has ground to a halt, that is all to the good, says Ian Hernon
A future Labour government would cap rent increases in the private sector and scrap letting fees to estate agents to give a “fairer deal” to tenants.
More companies are swinging behind the concept of the Living Wage (LW), currently set at £8.80 an hour in London and £7.65 for the rest of the United Kingdom.
A new report jointly published by the TUC and the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has exploded the coalition myth of the “compensation culture”.
Union campaigners launched a drive against the right-wing UK Independence Party ahead of the European elections.
Plans to create an independent state called Novorossiya (New Russia) loyal to Moscow have emerged following the widely-condemned unofficial referendum in eastern and southern Ukraine.
Ed Miliband should stop apologising and start pushing the Labour vision, says Ian Hernon
More than 400 female employees at Asda launched legal action against the supermarket over equal pay.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has told the top 100 UK stock exchange-listed companies to curb bonuses to restore public trust and avert the threat of fresh legislation to limit fat …
A new campaign by major firms to end the “culture of silence” around mental health in the workplace estimates that it is costing the British economy an estimated £70 billion …
The cost of living crisis is continuing despite coalition spin to the contrary. The TUC pointed out that earnings growth has again failed to match the rise in retail price …
The majority of disabled workers who lost their jobs following the Government’s closure of the Remploy factories are still out of work.
An Unexpected MP by Jerry Hayes Biteback, £18.99
David Cameron may overturn Ministry of Defence resistance to recognising Britain’s nuclear test veterans.
The GMB this month called off its planned strike by 150 members employed by catering company Compass at Ealing Hospital Trust after a new offer to end two-tier contracts was …
Union chiefs stepped up their condemnation of the coalition’s botched privatisation of Royal Mail.
The Demos think tank warned that the British economy is being held back through a woeful lack of apprenticeships.
MPs protested over the upcoming axing of the Independent Living Fund (ILF) on which more than 18,000 severely disabled people rely as an alternative to residential care.